The Blairites have been quiet for years but they haven't gone away - and now they see a chance to reclaim their party
No nominations for favourite Andy Burnham as majority of Birmingham MPs back Shadow Home Secretary
Politician Ansar Ali Khan won the Washwood Heath ward seat with 78 per cent of the vote which has now been challenged amid claims of undue spiritual influence
Mrs Cooper has the support of at least four of the city’s nine Labour MPs, more than any other contender so far
Birmingham MP Roger Godsiff says he warned former leader Ed Miliband that Labour was on course to lose the general election
Business leaders welcomed an earlier vow from George Osborne to extend the enterprise zone which would open up the door to borrowing millions needed to regenerate and create thousands of jobs
They don't like to talk about it but sometimes top politicians admit this general election campaign is really targeting a small number of voters
Post investigation reveals the city is overlooked in recruitment as most roles are filled in London or Salford despite pledge to devolve spending to the regions
The Labour leader of Birmingham Council attacked "abhorrent" leaflets by a Shadow Minister which warned immigrants must "earn the right to stay" by learning English and obeying British laws.
Labour candidate says city council leader Sir Albert Bore was hoodwinked into condemning the leaflet as "abhorrent"
Attention has focused on Labour's plans to cut tuition fees but the party's long-term plan is for students to earn a salary while they learn
Region sees another rise in the amount of good heading east compared with what is coming back as brands like JLR and JCB lead the way
Land in east Birmingham once earmarked for train yards can now be developed under new vision called East Birmingham Growth Prospectus
Pro-smoking campaigners Forest claim the legislation is excessive
Last time Labour was in opposition the party launched the "prawn cocktail offensive", when it wined and dined business leaders in an attempt to convince them that Labour was on their side.
In the week the Birmingham Post unveils its Rich List, Jonathan Walker looks at the other side of the coin and examines how one in four homes in the region have been plunged into poverty
Liam Byrne's seat appears to be one of the safest in Birmingham, according to bookmakers ahead of the 2015 General Election
The House of Commons will debate and vote on the proposal, which is backed by Staffordshire MP Michael Fabricant (Con, Lichfield)
News about Birmingham is, for better and worse, never far from the political pages and 2015 will no doubt continue that trend with this sextet leading the way
The massive former Alstom and LDV sites in Washwood Heath are currently being held for a HS2 Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot